I recently had to reinstall Scrivener after upgrading to Catalina, and now a macro that resized the front window when showing/hiding the Binder no longer works, and I can’t figure out which of the options for manipulating window size to use and what values to enter. Whatever I do seems to have no effect on the window size.
When hiding the Binder, I would like the left-hand edge of the front window to extend to the left-hand side of the screen while leaving the position of the right-hand edge unchanged, and when showing the Binder, I would again like the position of the right-hand edge of the front window to remain unchanged. I would be very grateful if any Scrivener user could point me in the right direction.
Thanks for your suggestions. This is not a new version of Scrivener. Scrivener crashed the first time I tried to launch it after upgrading to Catalina, and continued to crash thereafter, and so I had to reinstall it.
Scrivener has a menu command for hiding or showing the Binder, so that is not a problem. The window I want to resize is the main Editor window, depending on whether or not the Binder is visible.
I can't help feeling that, rather than being a problem specific to Scrivener, it is due to my lack of understanding of how to determine the values for the positions entered when moving or resizing a window with KM. If I recall correctly, in Scrivener 2 the Editor window was automatically resized when hiding or showing the Binder, and I wrote my original macro because this behaviour disappeared in Scrivener 3, and so perhaps I will repost on the Scrivener forum.